GTA 6: Rockstar Games Website Updates With New Art, Announcement Coming Soon?

GTA 6 Rockstar Games Art

Since the last installment of the Grand Theft Auto franchise arrived almost 7 years ago, fans have been wondering when the next iteration of GTA 6 will be announced. For now, Rockstar remains focused on the online services of Grand Theft Auto V (GTA Online) and Red Dead Redemption 2 (Red Dead Online), at least officially. However, today a new clue emerged that is making the fans think that the studio could be working on one more project.

It all started after the SpiderVice user pointed to the redesigned Rockstar Games homepage. As you can at the top of this page, the image draws attention for not having the style that the current Rockstar titles have, such as Red Dead Redemption 2 (western) or Grand Theft Auto V (modern), but the piece shows a very sculpture luxurious of what seems to be a woman holding the “R” character of the company in a delicate way. Some may even see a cyberpunk style in the image.

This, as on other occasions, has given rise to much speculation about a possible announcement prepared by the development team. Some indicate that it is only a new way to promote the brand, but others believe that it has to do with the theme that will be treated in a new game studio, and many point to GTA 6. If you check the site, you may not find the art, as it appears randomly.

In addition to this, some users have identified on the Rockstar YouTube channel that a video was recently added which is in private mode. This has also put the followers to debate about the topic since some think that it could be the announcement material of a new game, while others believe that it will be the video of an update of GTA Online.

We leave you with the illustration in question below.

In recent news, a new job offer from Rockstar North suggests that work is going on the new GTA game. On the other hand, a Hot Coffee mod of GTA San Andreas for Red Dead Redemption 2 was recently published that did not please Take-Two that asked the creators to withdraw it.

Rajesh Vish
Rajesh is a video game enthusiast and he is also the editor here at TechPlusGame.com.